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FFA members place in regional competition

Pocahontas County High School FFA members Noah Barkley, Mathias Solliday and Robert Ryder competed in the Southeast Regional Tractor Driving Competition November 9 at Greenbrier East High School.  The students had to maneuver a...

Warriors vs Bath ~ in the mud

Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer The Warriors have gone through ups and downs to get to week six of the 2018 season. The Warriors spent the first part developing their young players into a cohesive unit. They...

‘Waste not, want not’ ~ The art of frugal living

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer “Use it up and wear it out. Make do or do without.”  My mother’s man-tra about thrifty living still echoes in my head on an almost daily basis. Get together with any group of...

Warrior Sports

The Pocahontas County High School Warriors went up against the Tucker County Mountain Lions at Hambleton in the first game of the 2018 season Friday night. The final score was Tucker 18, Warriors 7....

Burns plays in All-Star Football Classic

Chad Burns was selected to play in the 2015 WCHS Fox-11 North-South All-Star Football Classic at Laidley Field in Charleston June 20. Burns was chosen by Luke Salmons, head coach of Cabell Midland, who...

Long hike kicks off Droop Mountain memorial

Last Tuesday afternoon, a group of 13 hikers walked north from Lewisburg, re-tracing the steps of Confederate soldiers who marched 150 years earlier. On November 5, 1863, Confederate Colonel William Jackson sent an urgent message...

Rose, Irvine named Players of Year

The Pocahontas Times sports staff has named Nash Rose and Dalton Irvine as the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year for 2014. The standout athletes will receive a plaque in recognition of their...